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Courts of law would need the wisdom of Solomon to ferret out what today might be termed plagiarism and piracy within the Bible.
For a scientific theory, no matter how legitimate, to move forward legally and politically, the theory must be subjected to continuous scrutiny and must be able to stand before the courts of law and politics before it can actually change human nature.
Until his death, Hiss pressed for vindication - both in courts of law and in the court of public opinion.
A central contention of this book is that Jaruzelski and others like him should not be tried in courts of law for acts that are morally and legally ambiguous.
Holmes of Massachusetts GeneralHospital in Boston, notes that no subsequent articles have shown "unequivocal evidence" of the association and that the type of careful reservations about the strength of the study included in the original publication tend to be ignored in courts of law.
Any attempt to disapprove the mercury rule in January when the new legislative session begins will fail in both the court of public opinion and in the courts of law.